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F EAiR!S _NO0T P RS ON.
Frank B. Hayne Prord of H' Work.!
Applauded by (overnoron New
New Orleans, Oct. 31-At the ban
quet tendered here :a-z ;ight to tne
delegates to the cotton conference,
Frank B. Hayne, formerly of South
Carolina, the well-known "cotton bull,"
speculato and member of the so-call
ed "'bull pol" of 1909, now under in
dictment in the federal courts of New'
York for alleged violation of the anti
trust laws, was roundly applauded
when he declared that he would gladly;
go to jail if he had in any way aided
the enhancenent of the value of the
great staple ciop of ;the Sotith.
"Along with William P. Brown, of
New Orleans, Eugene Scales, of Texas,
and Jas. A. Patten, of Chicago," said
Mr. Hayne, "I was indicted by a-fed
eral grand jury in New York on the
grave charge of having unduly added
$200,000,000 to the value of cotton in
the South. It is some compensationi
to. note that before an' audience of
this kind the crime with which I am
charged does not bring' upon me any
"I shall be proud to go to jail if I
have in any way aided in the en
r hancement cf the value of the South's
product. But if what we did in New
York is decided to be a violation of
the law, then I say, God help the
Southern farmer! It would mean,
that the nian who sells and sells what
he has not got is to be praised and
that the man who buys to help the
people among whom he has lived is
to be condemned.
"The. South this year," said Mr.
Hayne, "probably will receive $350,
,00'0,000 less,Jor its crop of cotton than
it received 'for the crop* of the year'
previous. Those figures are astound-!
ing, yet the press cc :nment of the
country regarding them is meagre.1
The press and the public stand aghast
at the announcement of a reduction of
$20,000 a share in steel stock, rep
resenting a paper loss of $100,000,000,1
yet that, loss may -be only temporary,
and with a subsequent rise in the price:
of steel will be fully recoTered. On.
the other hand, every bale of. cotton
wvhich has been marketed to date this
3ear at thie ridiculously low prices ob
~taining ,represents a loss to the far-,
me .and to the South which can not
Through the earnest cooperation of
the varied interests of the South, Mr.
Hayne said that the effort to restore a
normal price for cotton would be rea
BAD) NEGRO RAN AMUCK.
Fatally Wounded Two Policemen and'
Beat Up Three Citizens at
Ne Orleans, Nov. 1.-Poicemnen
George A. Rou ssell and Jos. Lacoste
were' fatally shot and three citizens4
were beaten over the head this morn
ing at the Algiers ferry leading into
this city, by an unknown negro arm
ed to the teeth, who ran amuck as the
ferry reached the wharf. Half a doz
en citizens joined with the officers~
against the negro, who finally was
shot to death.
The negro was armesd with two lar~e.
calibre revolvers and wore a belt fill-ed
Your..Noney Back if You Are iot Sau
isfied With the Medicine We
We are so positive that our remeay
will permanently relieve constipation,
no matter how chronic it :nay be, that
we offer to furnish the medicine at our
expense shiould it fail to produce s tt
It is worse than useless :o attempt
tcure constipation with cathartic
drugs. Laxatives or ca thar:ties do
much harm. They cause arato:
irritte, and we'aken the bowel s andl
tend to make constiva:ion more2'
chronic. Besides, their use beomes a
habit that i's dangerous.
Constipation is caused by a weak
nes of the nerves and muscles of the.
large intestine or descending colon.
To expect permanent relief you must.
therefore tone up and strengthen these
organs and restore them to healthier
We want you to try Rexall Orderlies
a our recommendation. They are ex-:
eeedinglypleasant to take, being eaten
ik candy, and are ideal for children,
delicate persons and old folks, as well
afor the robust. They act directly
on the nerves and muscles of tht bov:
.They apparently have a neutral;
actini on. other associate organs or
endus. T nydoiot purge, cause ex-.
can move ithree yo plese
Start it in ero oahoo,ady
Th PrfcicTSeesi Heae
anyhee.Drus f la Youee or enmel
becmeweded Al prt ealy ed
De waeverher of wrte oesrpi
st ndquckstandtha r Oil
The Perfction is Inostroae
Ths am soeC
that h a
equals the best
custom make. S i
owes its repu
to the fine S4
Shoe will givi
a wearing quali
Red Bell CRADD4
onVenice whatever. They may be en
tkei at any tinie, dlay or night. They lens
will positively relie':e chronic or ha- 3l6
btual constipation, if inot of surgical ceni
variety, and rhe mnyriads of assocate stot
or dependent ihronic ailments, if tak- Wet
n need some heat
11, whnr you have
ted the furnace. U I
yu want it, yucan get itI '
in Sokeless Oil Heater. I
ieater on the market, and you
u dress in comfort on the coldest j:
arh' bredak~st becomes a pleasant,
LAis srLug for the evening.
sbeatifully finished-an ornament[
Iin blue; mereel tuimmlfgs.
impossibie. Burner body cannot
mpr top. Cool har.dle..
circuar to any agency of the.
Lfacturer of shoes knows
play up any one feature
as to in producing a shoe
He can make it stylish
afortable, or he can turn
hoe so heavy and stocky
never wear out. He also
lows that a nicely balanced
>mbination of these three
.oe virtues is about the
rdest problem in shoe
tation and its marry-friends
nse of proportion of style,
lurability, each to each.
saw better style-a neater,
s. Your foot never knew
>rt than The Southern Girl
i. Once you've worn a pair
u never got better value in
ty. Look up our dealer in
di let him show you the line.
wth regular1ity for a reasonable
th of tiine. 12 tablets, 10 cents;
ablets, 2> cents; SJ t.able'ts, 50
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ers tit: nethr to e aii
ash, balance to be pa.'i in to eua
nna intlmns hrdtprtio
l'he F.i Dmingaick Coi ercd hat
Jo cse B.ers Domnck Lpaid anLwe
ity thder,ha thurF whominick,hal
Jecome duets and pAable Rt tharrpis,
yoan ordtem, and thaot therein,er
nallsellmmeditey higheber, tofores
Unhes urhser all ewbery South
:rsofal withnthe liea hous fo
layer o191a, samd bing salesday,resol
:at ract or prcatation ofsaneda n
acomero the "CotPlc,fitatcne,nlieng
alnd therae afresadnnn
Tuhupureces more orv lesaveand
oudedbpate ands of Thomalir,i
sra rt.cts,rchasrwc will be uieoi
r]ointghe. oThie ortgagH. ird Mas
er for aen pCont adtorn e
een bchasen the saearfollctednb
sui balaced to te pads ofn tw qal
nnual forscllmets,to reitprto
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hase runds ortgag thofg this prmise
sold ~ ~ . berinteres,a
t Maat fstper centm er anum,y
pabe willsly nlsd in Novem
The saiortgague itoewbrovid wthat
ine lege ihoerssof saleotthaireanneallt
rany ihs. n is L.t Speaidmat died
ird, tin thotats as wholelowshal
1.om The Home payace atontaiion1
1cte mreandrles, any ouoedob
andse of Mre., and t atthe MsterS
Jay fsge, Ad lan ersall bercsod
ven f you
price you. cai
cai do has b<
nake rurity I
possible to pr
The special pro
through sugar map
out all traces of in
In cases of eme
to have a little Pur
At all clubsandi
or 4 quarts, expres:
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Established half a 4entury. C
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~~Read z'& CA.the pur
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make the LAEL telf ny fThem ar
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Tadvertising oEs CNoner haes.hr
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c~Iiontat ottl ofMhis god,pnrepaistc
conainin 6oto0 prerno einit as , Po~
aTere of benefit Lns ookds up.HO a
bohfor g yougandens you r dear frca
youdrtsony, yor CA o fe tli er is cro.
unNne .M r, A. P. Wet, 1os
tyable on yea etfromth aeGe
cued byou bodaer mwore wih bThi
tercst fr hisatds at ure is ctai
rimt cent and it-dte usands tplaii
ctin f t o 10-er cent. otaysh ees
Thecredi pofi ion isuc ootads up.
?ay a higher
mot get as
0en done to
ne best and
Cess of filtering
le charcoal takes
rgency it's well
ity in the house.
s prepaid, for $4e,
food and drug law
mn of all, but it only
LSon the labels-notj I
takes the Liel tell if /..
Not so in the adver
as are considered dangerous
s pium morphine, cocaine, -
ic, strychnine, etc., and
a contained in the medicine.
fore when buying medicine
u are inclined to buy a tonic or
r of the ills that .come from
druggist to let you read the:
on ha,s no rival. If you suspect
d the Label. Look for a guar-.
d other dangerou.s and habit
lim what we claim in their
r balanced, your soil fertility
nserved, and your crops are
r and of better quality,
ve wil sell you or your dealer
.sh in any amount from 200 lbs.
Write now for prices and for
pamphlets giving just the facts
are looking for about improving
is and soils.
Monadnock Block, Chicado
n New Orleans
i+y. The purcniaser will be re
I to carry insurance on the
*s en the Hcme /Place and as
the same for the protection of
)an. Purcha: '2s to pay for pap
nd for recording.
s land lies near Silverstreet,' a
n on the Southern railroad, and
We t(er S. Sp)earman.9
Maggie S. Longshore.